Yapikredi Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
Yapı Kredi is one of the first nationwide commercial banks in Turkey and is the fourth-largest publicly-owned bank in Turkey by its asset size. It was established in 1944 by Kazım Taşkent. The bank is owned as a joint venture by two Fortune Global 500 companies, Koç Holding and UniCredit. Assets of the bank include credit cards, assets under management, non-cash loans, leasing, factoring, private pension funds, and non-life insurance. The combined financial services network of the bank consists of 835 branches across the country with over 13 million customers.
A current employee shares his complaint on glassdoor.com, "No value on human capital. Yapi Kredi does not put any value on its employees. There is no control over the directors/ managers."
Former Employee - Credit Manager says"(pre)merger parties still struggling , trying to ruin the each other, so no real work peace, no real corporate identity, no motivation, nor proper productivity"
In The News
Ahval reports"Fitch warns on bad debt at Turkey's banks, saying official data lacking"
Fitch Ratings reports"Fitch Revises Turkish Banks' Outlooks to Negative on Sovereign Outlook Change"
Hurriyet Daily News reports"Yapı Kredi CEO Açıkalın to resign from post on Dec 29"
Reuters reports"UniCredit cuts further its stake in Turkey's Yapi Kredi"